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Chris Watt's revealed the final moments of his four-year-old daughter's life in a four-hour long interview with investigators. The family revealed her last words on Dr. Phil. Christopher Watts is in court for his arraignment hearing at the Weld County Courthouse on August 21, 2018 in Greeley, Colorado. Watts faces nine charges, including several counts of first-degree murder of his wife and his two young daughters. Getty Images/RJ Sangosti

The home where convicted killer, Chris Watts, murdered his pregnant wife and two young children has been delayed at auction. The home was initially scheduled to be auctioned off on Wednesday and has now been delayed until summer.

The home’s auction has been pushed until July 17, without a cause for the delay released.

Weld County Public Trustee Susie Velasquez told the Greeley Tribune that the titleholder can delay the auction date of a home for any reason. The titleholder of the home is JP Morgan Chase Bank, according to the news outlet.

The home has a 2019 value of $484,339, according to Colorado’s Weld County Assessor’s Office. The house features five bedrooms and four baths. It initially went into foreclosure on Dec. 17, 2018, for failure to pay the mortgage principal and interest.

Watts purchased the home in 2013 for $392,709, according to Weld County records. Watts is serving three consecutive life sentences in a Wisconsin prison. He was moved from the Colorado prison, where he was originally sentenced due to death threats against him by other inmates at the prison.

Watts admitted to murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters in August. He has recently come under fire for posting their photos in his prison cell. A petition has been created to force the removal of the photos.